Posts Tagged: activities

Japanese blogger’s week at Campbell

English New Zealand hosted Japanese blogger Ayumi Murayama at six NZ English Language schools in NZ in August and September. Campbell was lucky to be one of the schools selected for this programme. While in Wellington Ayumi attended regular classes at Campbell and in the evenings and weekend she was able to experience what makes… Read more »

High Tea at Le Cordon Bleu

Our students were spoilt rotten a few weeks ago when they went to Le Cordon Bleu (LCB) in the centre of Wellington to enjoy a tour and a lovely high tea. There was a tour of the building including the large and beautifully clean kitchens where Le Cordon Bleu students do their training. They ended… Read more »

Wellington Hurricanes on top!

Wellington students go to see Hurricanes

  New Zealand is a really sporty country and Wellington is really lucky to be home to some great sports venues, all really close to the centre of town. You can see lots of cricket at The Basin Cricket Ground and both rugby and football (soccer) at the famous Westpac Stadium, also known as the… Read more »

Weta Workshop – where films come alive

Campbell Students visit Weta Workshop

Weta workshop is the home to the people who made the magic happen in ‘The Hobbit’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’, ‘Avatar’ and many more films. The studio, which is only 15 minutes drive from Campbell, is where they create special effects, films sets and costumes and props. Peter Jackson and James Cameron are just two of… Read more »

Rock Climbing on the Wellington Waterfront

Campbell Students rock climbing at Fergs Kayaks

At the end of January, we had an amazing activity: Rock climbing. It was at a really nice place on the waterfront called Ferg’s Kayaks. There were around 15 people and everybody had lots of fun. We worked in pairs. While one was climbing, the partner was helping on the floor. It was an incredible… Read more »